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Pacific Northwest alt rockin' trio Sleater Kinney, who have been kickin' out blistering jams since the mid 90's, have announced the title to their new album, produced by St. Vincent. The Center Won't Hold mixes political and personal themes and features signature Sleater Kinney melodies with an enhanced sonic palette, thanks to trademark Annie Clark rhythmic keyboards. Ken Burn's sprawling September mini-series Country Music, explores the genre from the lens of the last century. The artists featurd on the equally huge, 5-CD soundtrack have been announced, and include Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton and many, many more. And Rubberband, a long, lost Miles Davis album from 1985 is finally going to see the light of day. 


Blue Note Records

Music News: Blue Note Records is putting out The Complete Birth of The Cool, a vinyl reissue from Miles Davis' 1957 album which saw him break away from traditional bee-bop arrangements to groundbreaking, experimental sounds. Fleetwood Mac cancels second gig this week due to an unspecified band members' illness.  Twenty-five years after Kurt Cobain's suicide, Nirvana's fomer manager tries to put conspiracies theories to rest and reveals he was part of an intervention Courtney Love tried to stage for her husband.